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. >> good morning thank you for joining us. i am pam cook. >> i am dave clark, here is steve. >>> we have thick fog coast and bay, not much of a sea breeze so 80s and 90s there and 50s and 60s along much of the coast and low 70s along the bay, here is sal. >>> getting out to highway 101 there is a crash and now showing you san mateo bridge, people who use the bridge and like to get on 101 will not be able to do that because the ramp is closed. westbound connector ramp is shut down and police have issued an alert and think it will be there for a while. we will let you know more about that and another report is minutes ahead. let's go back to the desk. >>> bart service is back on track after a chaotic commute in downtown san francisco. demonstrators confronted police who were in riot gear at the civic center at the bart station and protesters are angry about recent shootings concerning bart police and they are also age any about cutting off cell phone service as they shut down all four downtown stations but no injuries or arrests have been reported. federal communications commission has lau
stockton remains missing and now a person of interest has been arrested. and steve dobbs is said to be released and he is not holding anything back. . >>> carlson was last seen at 1:00 a.m. as she left a stockton lounge. she has -- he has been a person of interest since the start of the investigation. he was arrested for false imprisonment and the girl is still missing. >>> a district spokesperson says an investigation is underway into reports that he used the "n" word. the remarks were made during a recent golf tournament and the school is calling it a private matter and they are not releasing many details but many people have come to his defense. any construction out there sal? >>> we have a couple of road work areas, not causing big delays but we'll see some slow traffic out there. let's look at the golden gate bridge where traffic is moving along well. if you are driving on the golden gate bridge and it is foggy just lower your speeds because the fog tends to get better and there are no major problems on the city streets of san francisco. this morning we have a look at oaklan
association, where it first met steve. this is a series of programs underwritten by the charles gesky family, which examines the constitution in the 21st century. this examines the balance between safety, security, and public order, and the protection of civil liberties and the integrity of the constitution on the other. tonight program will focus on threats to our american justice system caused by under-funding and indecisiveness. i would like to mention that the question answer portion of the program will be moderated by a professor geoffrey hazard, a distinguished professor of law at uc hastings. the professor is a leading expert in the field of civil procedure of legal ethics and is good at asking questions. it is my pleasure to introduce our very special guest, stephen zack, president of the american bar association. with nearly 400,000 members, it is the largest volunteer professional membership organization in the world. mr. zack is the first hispanic american to serve as the president and the second to be born abroad. he was only 14 when his family emigrated from cuba under harrowing
pam cook. >> and i am dave clark here is steve. >> fog was not a factor and inland it is clear and temperatures will be reflective of that fog or no fog. 50s or 60s and mid-80s to a few low 90s, here is sal. >>> traffic is moving along nicely if you are on highway 4 any time soon and also the morning commute is moving along nicely on 237 crossing 880 and it is 5:00 let's go back to the desk. >>> 5:00 bart service back on track after a very chaotic evening commute in downtown san francisco. demonstrators confronted police angry about recent shootings involving bart police and they also came to protest bart's decision to cut off cell phone service during a similar situation last week. they shut down all four downtown bart stations and we spoke to one man who happened to be blind looking for a flight back home. >> it is terrible for somebody disabled trying to get him back to the airport. >> it has been a very long day. our customers are exhausted. and at the end of the day they just want to go home. >> no injuries or arrests were reported and bart did not block cell phone servi
on this tuesday morning. the date is august 16, 2011. i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm sarah simmons. i love to see the sunrise. glad to at least see the sun which hopefully we'll see more of later on today. >> i think we will see more today than we saw yesterday. we'll go with fatherly sunny skies for the day today. some clouds out there this morning. some clouds will be featured during the course of date today and can't rule out a shower. although i think for the most part, we'll be dry. don't worry too much about that. let's talk about temperatures. we'll talk about our temperature trend as we will continue to see our highs in the 80s. today, look for a high of about 85 degrees. our average high for this date, 87 degrees. tomorrow, 88. it will be warm, warm on thursday as well. currently, we are at 72 degrees. we just dropped off, 72 degrees now in the district. 07 in annapolis. 67 in baltimore and dulles airport. salisbury, maryland is at 68 degrees. there is rain to our north and by north i mean in pennsylvania and new york state. most of that should remain well to the north but, as you can se
. it's not too bad on that bridge. 7:10, let's go to steve. >> thank you kindly, sal. a lot of fog on the coast. some of it is working its way up the county, but the western part of napa county is working on up. some of that could be real thick, reducing visibility. it will burn off sooner, but there's a big amount of fog out here along the coast. even though high pressure is building in, it's not giving us a north, northeast wind to wipe it out. 49 at the county airport. 61 in mountain view. that's a big difference. santa rosa you're on your way to being cold. that's a big spread. west southwest 14, not much of a breeze. some of the low clouds have made it to the bay especially. southwest at oakland, that's hardly anything, not much of a breeze. so that tells us there's not a real strong delta breeze. it's just a fight between the low pressure to the north and the high pressure to the southwest. the high is kind of building in slightly. it is a result of the inland temperatures, but the coast will be staying a little bit out here. and cool to mild to warm to hot, depending on your
. i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm sarah simmons. let's say good morning to tony perkins. he is in now with the weather. a little windy out there today. >> yes, we expect it to pick up this afternoon. things are quiet this morning. nothing in the way of any precipitation around our area. can't rule out a stray shower, maybe a thunderstorm later on today. only about a 20% chance of showers really. most of you have will remain dry but we do want to mention it because it may pop up later on. right now, current conditions being respected at reagan national airport, we are seeing our temperature in town at 72 degrees. 71% relative humidity, winds are out of the northwest at nine miles per hour. here is a look at the temperatures across the region. a lot of folks in the 60s. 69-degree in annapolis. we have 68 degrees in gaithersburg. 67 in quantico. becoming windy later on with winds gusting up to about 25 miles per hour. passing showers possible. good am of sunshine. 85degrees for your high today. we'll have more detail on the forecast coming up in j
: good morning, steve and allison. yeah, we always talk about the qbs in this town and we always will. that's just a fact of this town, it's going to happen. yeah, there is a good, good brewing battle at wide receiver. we know about santana moss, of course, he's the number one guy. they traded for jabar gabany they like it opposite moss. but one guy who looks like he's ready to break out and have a huge year, anthony armstrong, aaa. you find out about that extra a right now. friday night, what a start for the offense. how good was that? that had to feel good to get out there and do it again. >> it felt great, you know, just to run so smoothly, i think we were extremely effective and rex is very efficient with the offense, he was 8-lech at one point -- 8-11 at one point, no sacks. >> you guys threw the ball 24 times in the first half, are you surprised about that? >> no, i wasn't surprised. kyle likes to put it in the air and if tim is going to run like he was, it's going to make it a whole lot easier for everybody. >> reporter: we've bee
't political. with me now democratic strategist steve mcman and republican strategist terry holt. ter roy, what do you think so far about the rick perry kick off particularly karl rove even a fellow texan, even though there's not been love loss between the perry and bush camps in texas. karl rove said on fox that it was not presidential the shot he took at bernanke saying that printing money is treasonous, and that it could get ugly for the fed chair if he came down to texas. is that the way texans talk? >> he sure brought a lot of spark and vigor to the campaign in just these few short days. that's kind of what the republican field needs. it needs somebody to challenge it, to upset the status quo. if you're mitt romney, you've got to be worried about rick perry because he brings that big state success story that's so important to the narrative. he also brings an ability to raise a ton of money, that's what it's going to take to beat barack obama. if you're michele bachmann you've got to be looking in the rear view mirror, too. he brings that passion and enthusiasm that the right of center memb
not be full. steve hayes is here to tell us about a popular congressman who may consider a run. good evening. >> congressman paul ryan is considering getting in the race. >> he is. i talked to several people in the past three or four days who said that paul ryan is taking time, meeting with the strategists in the past couple of months, looking at the possibility of a late entry in the presidential race by gaming it out. talking to people who are important to run on strategy and personal side. trying to gauge interest in going forward. >> bret: this is real. we have heard this before. >> my editor bill kristol fantasizeed about this for months. this is real. i talk to people in contact with him. i looked at this vigorously at the end of june and i was waved off at the end when i had come up with quite a bit of what he had done in prep race of a race. talking to strategist and the reg tration -- registration. >> bret: he asked not to be on the super committee. set up in the debt ceiling deal. he has given foreign policy speeches in recent months. his pac is running ads in iowa. >> right, exact
-washington sentiment into political advantage? two obama 2008 veterans are with us, steve, i want to go out to you first. the president is in the midwest. i want to walk over to the map. this one strikes me. watching where he is campaigning today, we talked about this on the program a couple of weeks ago. minnesota, iowa, illinois. he is in these rural areas of the country. it's largely white america, small town america. and the president campaigns all blue states last time, illinois is his home state. probably keep this one blue. these ones you would probably have to be a little questionable, especially iowa has been a swing state. 2008 he splits the white vote. 2011 a new pugh center study shows 52% to 39% for the republicans. that what this bus tour is about? trying to reconnect with white voters in small-town rural america? >> well, first off, john, he is not out there campaigning. he is out there as president. this is an official trip. i think it's important that he is out of washington. he'll be a better president the more time he spends outside of that city. i think it's great that he is ou
in penn quarters because my friend is there, steve lucas. it is like addictive. it is almost like crack or something. you start and you can't stop. it is so good. >> well, j.c., if you think that's good, guess what i'm going to blow your mind with. >> not that i've had crack. never had any crack. i'm going by what they tell me. this is so good. >> we're doing our ice cream festival right now. >> you are? >> at national harbor and our d.c. rosa mexicana locations. i have something very special. our dessert, our guacamole that we do tableside. dessert version. >> dessert version? what is this? >> we have this sweet avocado vanilla-based ice cream. i have the preparations here. we're going to fold that in. so, i'm going to mix the ice cream. ask you to fold in some of this. some of these ingredients. >> if i can stop eating the regular guacamole. >> let's add the strawberries in. >> what flavor is that? >> avocado. >> i don't know if i'm going to like that. >> it is going to blow your mind. add in the white chocolate. >> white chocolate. >> ok. >> we've got the white chocolate. >> this is
for missing in action, an unexcused absence. hagers town, here comes -- hagerstown, here comes steve. he will be pitching on wednesday, expect him to go about four innings or 60 pitches. now the plan has been going well thus far. august 7, 31 pitches, three strikeouts, giving up a home run. on friday he threw 33 pitches, five strikeouts, only allowing two in-field singles. and the full story tonight. it's an exclusive club and he is now on it. he clubbed his 600th home run tonight, including two against the tigers. check this list out. barry bonds, hank aaron, babe ruth, ken griffey jr.. finally they call nationwide racing the jv of nascar, this is why. look out guys, the gas guys are too slow, whoa, slow down. that was jimmie johnson. a little later, he gives his guy a ride. this is the worse one of all. his gas guy is going to kiss the concrete. i can go with a whole bunch of jokes on stuff there, but i'm not going to do it. it is just rough. >> right. >> rough. >> we'll
on german taxpayers, who have been reluctant to prop up other european countries in trouble. steve, over to you. >> a big manufacturing city, a big city of the arts, and the old stock exchange behind me founded in 1678. in this square, there's all kinds of bits of the german life. there's a manufacturing show room over there. they have been producing pianos here for centuries. i have the current head of the firm here. why is germany, even with these figures, still performing better than other countries? >> a lot of companies are not accepting any compromise. that makes them sticking out a little bit from the crowds and performing better than others. >> with these figures of virtually no growth in the second three months of the year, what is going on? what has suddenly hit the buffers. >> i think it's too early to call. it is normal that it be slowing down a little bit when people are on vacation. i know from ourselves and other companies -- we're still running on 100% capacity and actually having trouble to supply. >> people outside germany wonder why germans are not that keen on bailing
for you? >> and now, "bbc world news." >> bynum steve evans in one of the centers of german manufacturing industry. you are watching "bbc world news." the motor of economic growth is sputtering. the 0.1% growth and the market down. feeling the pressure as german chancellor angela merkel and french president nicolas sarkozy speak their minds. also in this program, under arrest for bowling to fight on, and indian anti-corruption -- valine to fight on, and india -- vowing to fight on, and indian anti-corruption leader works on. ♪ ♪ growth in the german economy has grown sharply and is weaker than previously thought. it grew -- it fell sharply, and is weaker than previously thought. it has grown only 0.1%. it is causing european stocks to fall. growth figures for the rest of your son are expected to be released shortly. our correspondent is with us. good morning. >> good morning. a big return for the german economy. -- turn for the german economy. the stock markets were built with only 15 merchants. what would they think today? i am joined by one of the merchants in the city this morning.
is something of a legend the way bill gates and steve jobs are in the ad states. he has his own company called innovation were said incubates ideas from the men and women and the shepherds the best of those ideas to market. how have you been? >> very good. tavis: so these eggs, tell me the story behind this. >> we incubate projects. we want to help companies grow. these nests represent the company's we help maximize their chance of success. tavis: i like that. what does this have to do with innovation works and starting companies? >> we have young people. young people like to have fun. they're good at foosball. this is our second table. they wore out our first table. the little guys, broken down into toothpicks. we had to get a new one. tavis: do you play? >> yes. not bad for my age. tavis: this is a saturday. i did not expect anybody to be here. is this typical? or are they here to impress me? >> everybody works six or seven days a week. they want to. we do not demand it. this is their own company. they own most of the shares. we are here to provide support to help them be successful. you ask
interest to south florida researcher dr. steve moreowski. >> we're conducting a study, elevated risks of fish disease avenue. we caught up with him 11 miles off the coast of pensacola, florida. because of the high waves, we couldn't board his boat. >> we'll establish a baseline so even if we don't find any pathology now, we can go back two, three, four years from now and see if it is out there with some slow time bomb going off. >> this is the first comprehensive study ever done the health of fish in the gulf. during the six week study, moreoski will study more than 4,000 fish. >> it will be important and it will be important for the next oil spill that will happen in the gulf because of this big one. >> it is the bottom line that worries owner of joe patty's fish market in pensacola. so, he prominently displayed where his fish were caught. >> we still have customers wanting to know where they come from. >> the majority are not from the gulf of mexico. >> we're in no way trying to infer that this is a human health issue. i can assure you that none of these fish are reaching the market
've got your forecast for tuesday the fog. the clog is waiting. >> how you doing? my name is steve. my family's lived in this neighborhood for years. recently, things got so tight we had to go to our local food bank for help. i lost a lot of sleep worrying about what the neighbors might think. that is, until i saw them there, too. how'd i do, steve? a little stiff. you could have done a little better. what? come on. you know, i have an academy award. yeah, but not for playing me. announcer: play a role in ending hunger. visit and find your local food bank. >>> five people died and four dozen others were injured. memorial service was held at the fair today for those five people who were killed when that stage collapsed. as their names were read, someone walked on to the stage carrying flowers. the governor of indiana prayed to people of his state for helping -- praised the people of his state for help. people helped immediately. >> there was an off duty paramedic, an off duty, i believe, lake county police officer. and then there was a doctor. if it wasn't for
. >> reporter: this sushi chef steve at kome in daly city said it's more than just the bay area high income that puts us high on the sushi scale. others have different ideas. >> sushi, i think, people think it's hard to make. and it just started off with the price. >> reporter: the high price of sushi can't be seen here at kme where it's all you can eat for 12 bucks at lunch. that's the price for one roll some places. how much do you eat. a >> a lot. >> that's her fifth plate. >> reporter: 1500 people here eat 400 pounds of fish a day. >> big fish. you can't get cheaper price from the company. >> reporter: sushi chef steve is explaining the economics of scale there. don't want to pay high sushi prices? go to an all-you-can-eat place like kome's or visit portland, new orleans or princeton, new jersey, cheapest sushi in america. mike sugerman, cbs 5. >>> it was a long shot. but an 11-year-old scored an unbelievable goal. the prize? $50,000. the switch-up that could cost him the jackpot. >>> oh, i can't wait to see that. hey, we saw some warmer weather around the bay area today. near perfect s
a little gaff about elvis, and a charge of treason. steve handlesman has all the developments now from capitol hill for us. >> thanks, good evening. how much can government do to put americans back to work. that's a big question in this election. it turns out that texas, the rick perry answer is a lot more like the obama answer than you might expect. on his campaign style swing through the midwest -- >> you look very trustworthy. >> reporter: president obama was in iowa, the state that put him on the path to the white house in 2008. the path rick perry hopes he's on for 2012. the texas governor was in iowa, targeting barack obama. >> mr. president, you try now for two and a half years of government creating jobs. >> perry brags about his jobs record. texas unemployment is a point lower than the u.s. average. oil companies are profitable. tax revenue has not dropped in texas, and in fact, almost all of new texas jobs are government jobs. some call perry wreckless, he's standing by this charge of the federal reserve. >> printing more money to play politics at this particular time in amer
in steve mcmahon. democratic strategist, of course, and republican strategist todd harris. you know these people. i get the sense when rick perry came in this weekend, it's sort of, the cake was baked. these other four people we kept talking about, haley, christie, they're not being asked to come in. it's pure karl rove. he doesn't like rick perry and is sort of settling scores here? >> it's true they don't like each other. pretty public down in texas, but there has been a fair amount of buzz over the last couple of weeks whether it's just gossip, rumors, wishing, longing. there has been a fair amount of buzz among rank-and-file republicans wondering, is ryan going to take another look? is chris christie? >> i don't want to waste time here. he's not going to run. >> no. to the larger question. before i get -- is this team, this three-way option of bachmann, rick perry and romney, does that tilt just too far right to position your party for the general? >> no, i don't think so. >> you disagree with rove? >> no. karl didn't say that. what karl said was, look, anytime you're in a prima
belcher, steve hildebrand. steve, good to have you back. we'll see you again as the day. a lot of contrast. hope to see you back here tomorrow. piers morgan tonight starts right now. >> tonight, dark horse of the gop. >> the whole works is done much better without the federal government down on our back and in our wallets. it's time restored freedom to america. >> he came in second in the iowa straw poll. and why he maybe the one to watch. >> remember this. >> i developed a relationship with a started as a dear, dear friend from argentina. >> that was a beginning of a long two years for mark sanford. disgrace, divorce and the end of a hope for any run for the white house. tonight inside of his private life today. >> given the last storm of my life, maybe some healing there for us. >>. mark sanford live tonight. >>> tonight the congressman has been called the intellectual godfather of the tea party. just barely to bachmann in the ames straw poll this weekend. joining me is ron paul. you are the most untalked about contender today after this weekend i can ever remember. you should be getting
. >> hagerstown, here comes super steve. strasburg will pitch on wednesday. nats manager johnson said expect strasburg to go about four innings or 60 pitches. august 7th and then five days later, he went 31 and 33 pitches respectively. only allowed two in singles. that's a quick look at sports this morning. i'm dave owens. have a great tuesday. >> a special event will honor the life of an area baseball player who made it all the way to the big leagues. >> plus once considered as untouchable as security security, the pentagon considering big changes to military retirement programs. quick check of traffic. angie. >> 395 headed northbound, no problems to report past duke street as drivers make their way to the 14th street bridge. >> a check on your d.c. roads. keep it here. hey! you want that? you want a warm, super-delicious strawberry toaster strudel yeah but now i have nothing to eat sure you do. hey! you can have the pop tart! pillsbury toaster strudel. the one kids want to eat with totino's pizza rolls. big pizza taste in a bite size roll that my kids can't resist. plus i get two box tops
belcher, steve hildebrand. steve, good to have you back. we'll see you again as the campaign trails on. hope to see you back here tonight. anderson cooper 360 starts right now. >> john, thank you very much. good evening, everyone. we begin tonight keeping them honest with congresswoman michelle bockman and her sudden silence on a topic she was once anything but silent about. ba back man won the straw poll, but seems to be running from her statements, refusing to answer questions about her statements. on yesterday's "meet the press also insisting she isn't gouging gays and lesbians. >> i'm running for the presidency of the united states. i'm not running to be anyone's judge. >> but you have judged them. >> i don't judge them. i don't judge them. i am running for presidency of the united states. i am not anyone's judge. and i'm not standing as anyone's judge. >> congresswoman, do you think anyone hears that and thinks you haven't made a judgment about gays and lesbians? >> that's all i can tell you is i'm not judging. >> so your words should stand for themselves. >> i'm running for the p
. second, new york. you're living in the third. >> people have high income. >> reporter: sushi chef steve at komi in daly city said it's more than just the bay area high incomes that puts us high on the sushi scale. survey gave no reasons and others have different ideas. >> sushi i think people think it's hard to make and it just started off with that price. >> reporter: the high price of sushi can't be seen here at kome, where it's all you can eat for 12 bucks at lunch! that's the price of one roll some places. how much do you think you eat here when you come here? >> a lot. >> reporter: you get your money's worth? >> that's true. >> that's like her fifth plate. >> reporter: 1500 people roll in here any day and eat hundreds of pounds of fish. >> big fish, you can't get cheaper price from company. >> reporter: this sushi chef is explaining the economics of scale there. don't want to pay high sushi prices? go to an all-you-can-eat place like kome's or visit portland, new orleans or princeton, new jersey. cheapest sushi in america. mike sugerman, cbs 5 eyewitness news. >> just got a cravi
are on the scene. good afternoon i am robert jordan and for steve sanders and i'm dina bair we welcome our viewers who are watching us around the country on wgn america and on the web ... >>that explosion happened around 10:00 this morning that 60 mi. southwest of chicago it's a community of less than 2000 people the addresses listed as natural gas pipeline co. of america at least two of the five victims have been seriously injured at this hour the building has been secured the cause of the explosion is not known but the kankakee county sheriff's department said that it was not due to a gas leak >>questions remain in the aftermath of this weekend's estate collapse at the indiana state fair where five people were killed and dozens injured those lingering questions focus on the safety of the structure why fans were not evacuated and whether anything could of been done to prevent the tragedy the stage collapsed onto a crowd of concertgoers awaiting a show by the country banned sugarland as a woman who captured the event and video spoke with cnn >>this could happen to members of my family we were a
. today is not elvis' birthday. i'm steve handlesman, news 4, capitol hill. >>> virginia attorney general is looking ahead to decision 2014. he told the washington post today he's considering a run for the u.s. senate. that would possibly pit him in a race against mark warner. cuginelli has said he expects to run for re-election as attorney general or run for virginia governor. >>> when we continue, time-outs work for kids, would they work for couples trying to save their marriages? >>> hot 9.5's kane joins us with a story they're talking about. >>> a man shocks his girlfriend with a surprise wedding, that he planned all by himself. that has mistake written all over it. >>> find out how investing a few minutes a day can add years to your life. >>> the husband of one of the real housewives of beverly hills has apparently committed suicide. russell armstrong hanged himself yesterday. his estranged wife filed for divorce last month. he also accused him of physically abusing her. he denied it but literally pushed us to the limit. their daughter kennedy is five years old. >>> burt reynolds cou
partners. steve is the director of admissions. >> thank you. we're looking forward to everyone coming out and enjoying the weather today. we're happy to be here. >> reporter: tell me about nyack. >> nyack is a college here on capitol hill. we offer degree programs through our school of business, and the idea today is really to become more socially relevant in the community and be a part of what's going on with nbc 4. >> all right. thank you, steven taylor. we also have a new partner, and that is hot 99.5's sammy k. you're on the air. you took time out. thanks for coming out. >> thank you guys. i brought backpacks myself, as you can see. we've been telling everyone all week long to come down and donate backpacks. >> reporter: sammy kay of the kay morning show, we'll be talking to you. hopefully we'll be seeing you. $12.99 for the backpacks. you can donate here or go online at >> thanks very much, okay, you're the good cop. i'm the bad cop. look, it's still a great time to refinance. listen up, buster! we're not gonna pay any closing fees. i'd do what she says, friend. i
's columnist steve pearlstein, he wrote this letter to corporate ceos, what started as a reasonable attempt at political rebalances turned into a jihad against all regulation, all taxes, and all government waged by right-wing zealots who want to privatize public schools, cut back on basic research in which your products are based, shut down regulatory agencies, and, of course, privatize the public infrastructure that supports your supplies and finished goods for them. this isn't a tactic to brush back government, it's a holy war to destroy it and one that's now out of your control. i agree. all my life have been surrounded by rms and democrats that don't like taxes, few people do. but this guy, rick perry, is out there selling it like religion. >> exactly, this is new. you saw the debate last night where all the republican candidates, and this is before perry got in, but i'm sure he would have been there too. >> there's the picture. >> all raised their hands. they wouldn't accept a ten to one deal, budget cuts to new revenue. i've never heard of such a thing and it's hard to imagine how you
of these things, steve jobs had a good relationship with the google fonders. >> these guys hate each other. this is just a bunch of guys that hate each other? >> a bonus. >> yeah. that's why -- >> it beefed up trade when google came up with its phone. >> sounds like you're going to have two different monopolies and we're going to have to figure it out. >> that's the thing. monopoly -- the biggest concern, and we saw this in the net neutrality base, with the capable sdrishgs debaistributio debate, the question, concern, whether it's google, apple, web providers, comcast, time warner, the people who control the pipes or the people who control screens, google, apple, facebook, will they then be able to control which content i can see and effectively shrinkç th whole internet into a walled garden, where instead of this huge ocean that's the internet where i can go anywhere and find out anything from sri lanka to paris, whatever the best thing is, it just emerging magically from the ether what our fantasy is, creating these shrinking wall of gardens that i'm really just what this group of peo
formed in congress? they say according to steve haye serbgs of the weekly standard that that was likely to preserve the ofpg option of a presidential run. he is seriously considering getting in for his own reasons, not necessarily to force those who are already in to talk like paul ryan talks. >> reporter: the biggest reason he did not want to be on the super committee is he thinks it's not a good idea and won't work and will end up diluting his brand. whether he wants to run for president now, whether he wants to run for president another time, or run for senate, being on this committee the results that they produce will be unappealing. it's not like what they produce people are going to cheer in the streets for. conservatives are not going to like it, neither will liberals. ryan doesn't want to associate with that. it dilutes his brand. megyn: his office is changing that he, quote, hasn't changed his mind. that doesn't debunk the reporting that he's considering changing his mind more and more seriously. he's 41 years old. service in the house of representatives. would he have a seriou
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you, mr. offutt very much for that very helpful statement. mr. steve roe vice president of the brotherhood of locomotive engineers. >> good morning, chairman rockefeller and ranking member such son and members of the committee. as chairman rockefeller stated i'm steve bruno. vice president of the locomotive engineers and train men, which is a part of the teamsters. my comments will be submitted for the record. everyone acknowledges that our nation's infrastructure is in dire need of repair and expansion. the safety of the traveling public and the jobs created by funding and maintenance, by funding the our struck tuck for everyone affected and nation as a whole. >> twice as much as 5% of the gdp and china invests 9% or three times as much as the united states relative to gdp. america badly needs the economic boost infrastructure investment provides. private investment dollars sit idle on the sidelines while unemployment subornly remains near record levels. infrastructure investment is a proven economic stimulator and a job creator and it is an investment in the future of
>> another tuesday morning and clayton was in for steve today. good to have you back. >> nice to see you guys, thank you. >> brian is back from vacation. >> and you're surprised. >> no, i'm glad. >> i'll be playing myself again today for three hours and this is all about sparring, sparring, sparring yesterday. it was a contentious day. once we left the couch, everything went crazy. >> all the politicians crazy. >> we'll review it because i guess first ahead. >> let's do the headlines first. we have a developing story overnight while you were sleeping. a drone strike takes out a house in northwest pakistan leaving four militants dead. it happened in north wazirastan. last week, a u.s. drone strike in the same region left 21 suspected terrorists dead. it could be a volatile day on wall street. global markets off to a shaky start this morning. european stocks pushing lower right now. london down 1.4%. frankfurt and paris both down more than 2%. in asia, japan closing up .2% and hong kong closing down .2%. south korea up 4.8%. dow futures pointing towards a drop at the opening bel
in himself. rick: what would paul ryan bring to this race, steve? >> the way that he sees the race unfolding, and he said this publicly, he says that this needs to be a debate about two futures for the country, on the one hand, president obama and what paul ryan calls the cradle to grave welfare state and on the other hand, the kind of opportunity society that paul ryan has enshrined in his budget, in the path to prosperity budget that house republicans passed earlier this spring, and he gave an interview to a local milwaukee radio station this past friday where the host asked him are you seeing those two competing visions play out, republican field that you feel is actally mking that kind of a case, that you'd like to be seen made, and paul ryan was very blunt about it, he said there is not, i'm not seeing that right now and basically it's disappointing. so i think that, for all of the reasons that he had been looking at possibly getting into the race, i think that certainly added, the fact that he's not seeing anybody make that kind of a case right now. rick: let's talk about two of the ca
-founder of inside venture partners, and this session is entitled "what's next for the internet." and, um, steve jobs once said if you want to predict the future, the best way to predict the future is to invent it. and these three gentlemen have all had something to do with the creation of the internet and post-internet. you are illustrious ceo, walter isaacson back when he was at time as editor in if 1994 released one of the very first internet portals called path finder which is still out there today. biz stone and ev williams, co-founders of blogger and twitter, both of those inventions will be, we'll be feeling the repercussions of that for another generation at least. so without further ado, walter isaacson, biz stone and ev williams. [applause] >> thank you, biz, thank you, ev, for -- i'm sorry, say that again? >> [inaudible] >> okay. can you put your name tag back on so i can remember that? >> doesn't matter. >> doesn't matter? okay. by the way, we are actually going to start with a piece of news. about the future of the internet and, seriously, a significant piece of news. these are the co-fo
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